White House Asked About Hunter Biden Pardon–This Is Their Response

In response to a question on whether President Biden will pardon his son, Hunter Biden, whose legal issues are becoming worse, White House news Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre answered “no” at a news briefing this week.

Hunter Biden’s prosecution is considered a “personal” matter, according to Jean-Pierre, who also reiterated that the president and the first lady adore their son. She declined to comment about the federal judge’s decision to turn down the generous plea agreement that Hunter Biden’s attorneys had negotiated with the Dept. of Justice, which would’ve shielded him from further legal action on related charges.

But in response to the question, “Is there any chance the president would ultimately pardon his son?”

“No,” she answered.

In light of the fact that Hunter Biden’s business transactions seem to have been made possible by, or given access to, his father, there’s certainly a chance that President Biden himself, regardless of denials of any awareness, will be connected to his wrongdoings.

Jonathan Turley, a legal expert at George Washington University, asserted this week that the president may very possibly pardon his son before announcing that he wouldn’t run for reelection.

While referring to David Weiss, the U.S. Attorney in Delaware, being a “Trump-appointed prosecutor,” the White House maintains that the Department of Justice is acting impartially and without political influence.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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